In Today's Catholic World News Blog

Hi TCW Staff,

 

I just wanted to thank you for all the excellent and faithful Catholic education you provide on this website. I have collected quite a few of the pieces, like The Present Crisis in the Holy See, the Irish Martyrs, la civilta Cattolica, etc. Wow. Absolutely essential for any serious Catholic.

 

Thank you for the inspiring and edifying things you do.

 

May Our Lord bless you and Our Lady too.


-Paul

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Reply From Editor

 

Dear Paul,

 

Hi. Thank you for your encouraging words, from all of us at TCW. This is a time of (extended) mercy for True Catholics to prepare spiritually and temporally, for the upcoming Remedy [3 Days of Darkness] to this horrific situation - the One True Church is in.  Our time will come. 

 

Our Lady of Perseverance, ora pro nobis!

 

The Editor of TCW

 

Related Link:

Ven. Elizabeth Mora's "3 Days"/Papal Prophecy for True Flock

Uninvited South Americans with their countries flags - marching as one - to enter [and stay in] the U.S.

 

March 4 (UPI) -- The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday against an undocumented immigrant who has lived in the United States for 25 years and is facing deportation over a misdemeanor conviction.

 

Clemente Pereida did not meet the burden required to prove his deportation should be cancelled, justices wrote in the 5-3 decision.

 

Pereida, who arrived from Mexico in 1995, has faced deportation since 2009, when he was convicted of using another person's Social Security card. He was fined $100 for the misdemeanor and the Department of Homeland Security issued a deportation order.

 

[...] In an opinion written by Justice Neil Gorsuch, the court said Pereida had the burden under law to prove he was eligible for cancellation of his deportation.

 

 

 

Immigrants can move to cancel a deportation order under certain conditions, but federal authorities had ruled him ineligible to present his case because of the crime.

 

Pereida's lawyers argued on appeal there was ambiguity about whether their client's crime involved "moral turpitude" and so he should be allowed a chance to present a case for staying in the country.

 

"Individuals seeking relief from a lawful removal order shoulder a heavy burden," Gorsuch said in the opinion. "Mr. Pereida failed to carry that burden."

 

The U.S. Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis said while it was unclear whether the crime met the federal threshold to block him from presenting his case, the burden still fell on Pereida to demonstrate to prove his cancel eligibility.

 

In his dissent, Justice Stephen Breyer [Clinton appointee] said: "Today's decision may make the administration of immigration law less fair and less predictable."

 

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Laredo CBP Officers Seize Meth Worth Over $2.6 Million at the Juarez-Lincoln Bridge

Group of 130 Illegal Aliens Arrested in Mission, Texas

March 3 (Newsmax) -- There have been 108 migrants released by the Border Patrol in Texas since late January who have tested positive for the coronavirus after their arrival, officials told Fox News on Wednesday.

 

Felipe Romero, a spokesperson for the Texas border city of Brownsville, said municipality officials are advising the migrants to quarantine and follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), but they do not have the authority to prevent those who test positive from going elsewhere in the U.S. ... 

 

NBC News reported that city officials told Noticias Telemundo Investiga that it is advising migrants with coronavirus to go to nonprofits in the area for help in finding places they can isolate, but several illegal immigrants who tested positive said they would soon go to other cities.

 

A worker for one of the bus companies at the terminal said passengers must wear masks on board and use hand sanitizer gel, but the company cannot ask travellers for coronavirus tests before getting on a bus.

 

Illegal immigrants are usually released with a permit or under supervision with an ankle monitor, according to NBC News. Once they arrive at their destinations, they are supposed to continue their asylum processes [go to a mandated court appearance, which they rarely ever show up at -TCW] in an attempt to remain in the U.S.

"L'Ex-Voto" by Henri-Paul Royer, 1898 A.D.

The practice of displaying model ships in Catholic churches stems from the Middle Ages. The Latin term

Ex-Voto means "made after a vow". There are many other types of Catholic Ex-Voto objects/offerings too.

 

In 1838 A.D., a crew of 48 Catholic seamen from Brittany, on a return voyage from Newfoundland, were besieged at sea by a violent tempest. Their vessel began to take in water, and they were certain it would capsize. In common, they decided to have recourse to Our Lady of Good Haven - promising to honor Her publicly at the Church under that title, in Paimpol [Brittany], if she saved them from the certain destruction. They had barely finished their prayer, when the weather became calmer and the waves began to subside. The mariners were able to repair their sails, and catch a favorable wind, which brought them home to the coasts of Brittany.

 

Once ashore, they recited the Litany of Loreto, and walked barefooted and bare-headed along the banks and through the streets, to the Church of Our Lady of Good Haven in Paimpol (which contained a much venerated image of Notre-Dame de Bon Port). The towns people marvelled at the sight and followed them as they walked - giving thanks to the Powerful Mother who had saved them. When the crew arrived at the Church, the fervent mariners, with the most heartfelt sentiment, chanted the hymn, “Ave Maris Stella” in which they were joined in gratitude by the people.

 

Related Links: 

Ave Maris Stella (in Latin and English)

Surviving The 3 Days of Darkness in the Land of St. Anne (Brittany)

*"L'Ex-Voto" (Ship) Painting by Henry-Paul Royer (1898 A.D.)

 

*Note: An Ex-Voto ship, is a ship model displayed in a Catholic church - often constructed and given as gifts to a church by seamen and ship builders. The practice of displaying model ships in Catholic churches stems from the Middle Ages. The Latin term Ex-Voto means "made after a vow". There are many other types of Catholic Ex-voto objects/offerings too.

 

"L'Ex-Voto" (Ship) Painting by Ulysse Butin (1880 A.D.)

c. 1900 Picture of Young French Mariner Holding an Ex-Voto Ship

The Miraculous Voyage of St. Raymond of Penyafort

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